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Mentoring Millennials

Tip #2: Invest Time (2 Tim. 3:10-11).

Relationships take time. If I had a dime for every time I heard that in a message, I’d buy Apple (or at least one Mac). But it’s a very true statement—if it were possible, it might be the truest statement around.

Mentoring relationships take time as well. A LOT of time, in fact. If it weren’t a Biblical mandate, I’d tell you to choose carefully whether you’d want to get involved in it, because it can eat up your schedule.

One of the things millennials dislike about the previous generation is their lack of time. The older guys seem so busy. When we email professors, we can’t believe they could be too busy to email back. When we tell them to change a grade, we’re offended if they don’t do it right away. It’s true that we think the world revolves around us.

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